Clemson

Clemson VS Syracuse

On November 5th we went to my grandpa and grandma’s house, where we raked leaves with my twin cousins, before driving about an hour and a half away to Mrs. Deborah’s house. We talked to her for a few minutes before she gave us five tickets to the Clemson versus Syracuse game and we made our way to it.

Again, our seats were split two and three so us girls sat separately from the boys. The game was okay but I enjoyed the elated atmosphere more. Again, if Clemson scored more than 28 points, our tickets could each get us a free fry or ice tea at Bojangles. My family and I left at the end of halftime when the score was 37 to nothing. “Bo-Time before halftime.” Mom said. We were at Bojangles when Clemson won, 54 to nothing. Go Tigers! πŸŽ‰Β πŸ―

Afterward, we returned to Grandpa and Grandma’s for dinner and to shoot off some fireworks. However, we ended up only lighting a few because the noise was driving some dogs crazy and making their owner very unhappy. Heh, heh, oops. πŸ˜‚Β πŸ˜‚Β All in all, we had an excellent time. Thank you, Mrs. Deborah!

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Clemson

Clemson VS Wake Forest

Our friend Mrs. Deborah Ford receives two tickets to every Clemson game, thanks to her husband’s former job as coach. Some of her friends were not able to make it to the next game, so Mrs. Ford invited us to the game against Wake Forest. Having never been to a game as a family, we accepted. I had a lot of fun. Thank you, Mrs. Deborah!

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Clemson

A Day in Clemson

A couple weeks ago Mrs. Deborah, the wife of famous football coach Danny Ford, offered to give us a tour of Clemson. Dad, who is always looking for new family adventures, agreed to go. So, a couple months ago, we spent a whole day touring Clemson. Below are some pictures of what we did. Special thanks to Mrs. Deborah for capturing our day!

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